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Code Of Ethics

 

I shall always maintain the utmost respect for the game of paintball.

I will conduct myself honorably at all times and maintain the dignity of my position.

I shall always honor a contractual obligation.

I will endeavor to know the "Rules of the Game" and their proper interpretation.

I will always strive to achieve maximum team work with my fellow members.

I shall be loyal to my fellow members and sponsors, and never knowingly promote criticism of them.

I shall be in good physical condition so as to be in the right place at the right time.

I will communicate with the members effectively by being courteous and considerate without sacrificing firmness.

I shall do my utmost to assist my fellow members to better themselves and their work.

I shall not make negative statements about any game except to clarify an interpretation of the "Rules of the Game".

I consider it a privilege to represent the Anarchy Paintball Team and I will strive to make my actions reflect positively upon that organization and its affiliates.

Before criticizing a referee, I will consider his/her commitment to being physically fit, acquiring knowledge of the game, and applying patience and wisdom. By showing game officials the respect they deserve and making the same commitment to our roles in paintball that they have made to theirs, we all enjoy the sport more.

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Which style of play will you choose?
 
As players, we've got a lot of forces trying to get our attention-the "pros," paintball DVDs, and even our peers at the local field. These forces pull at us, wanting us to be like "them."

Your overall style of play, and the paintball ethics you've chosen to adopt, are choices you have to make. So how does what you choose relate to helping you win games? You can't win if you've been eliminated and penalized, or ejected for wrongdoings. By following a few basic guidelines, a new tournament player can become a contender, all while keeping his or her nose clean.

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Runnin & Gunning

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